Built in 1882, this lovely 20' wide 3 story home is located on a cobblestone mews street in the quaint & unique Jumel Terrace Historic District. It boasts original wood floors & molding--and a parlor floor living and dining room with kitchen and 11' ceilings. This house has been rewired and plumbing updated. The eat-in kitchen on the garden level includes side-by-side washer & dryer. The kitchen opens onto a charming garden patio. A couple of steps up from the kitchen, there's a bedroom with a decorative fireplace. The garden level apartment has under-stoop storage & easily provides extra income or houses your guests. The upper part of this gracious home offers 2 ample sized bedrooms with good closets & a separate windowed home office. This is a rare opportunity to step back in time, play a role in preserving the past while owning an historic treasure. A must see! A short walk to parks, subway, grocery, dry cleaning and The Morris Jumel Mansion & Columbia Presbyterian. This neighborhood once housed George Washington, Paul Robeson, Thurgood Marshall & Joe Louis. You could be next! An authentic treasure.